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Fine Dining Lovers: the fine dining magazine for foodies by S.Pellegrino & Acqua Panna

Fine Dining Lovers: the fine dining magazine for foodies by S.Pellegrino & Acqua Panna
Blog A chat with Katie Button, chef at Curate restaurant in Asheville: she's one of the 2014’s James Beard Foundation Rising Star Chef of the Year nominees. Find out more Your inner cookie monster will want to devour every cookie on this yummy infographic from Sweet Tooth Design. Find out more Check out the swanky interior of District 6, Bangalore's newest brew pub - a place where you can sip beer while sitting among brewing equipment.

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10 Foods To Make You Happier Food We’ve all had a rotten mood. For many people, eating food (such as junk food) can make their health worse; which only worsens their mood. But what if there was food that was healthy, and could also act as a natural anti-depressant?

12 Ways to Skin a Potato Preparation Cut spuds into chunks. Heat 3 tablespoons butter in a deep skillet or broad pot over medium-high heat; add potatoes, 1 diced onion, 1 teaspoon of garlic and a sprig of thyme or rosemary; cook, stirring, until potatoes begin to turn golden, 10 minutes. Add good stock to barely cover the potatoes (about 2 cups). Bring to a boil, reduce heat and simmer, stirring occasionally, until potatoes are tender and liquid is reduced, about 30 minutes. Garnish: Thyme or rosemary. 10 People Who Gave Their Name To Food Food Many of the foods we love were named for their creator or for the inspiration of the recipe. So many foods and recipes we take for granted and don’t even realize have a namesake. Here are ten foods that owe their name and fame to one person’s name. Feel free to mention any others you can think of in the comments. Helen Porter Mitchell (1861-1931) began her opera career and became a famous singer under the stage name Nellie Melba.

Kitchen Cheat Sheet Guide On Basic Cooking Techniques Diffеrеnt people likе tо eat diffеrеnt ways. Yоu саn spend tens оf thousands оf dollars оn kitchen equipment, оr уоu саn spend a couple hundred bucks, thеn lеt уоur cooking style dictate hоw tо expand уоur collection. Yоu’ll spend mоrе timе in preparation thаn асtuаl cooking.The wау уоu prepare food hаѕ a direct impact оn hоw it cooks. Videos When I began writing Modernist Cuisine, I had several goals in mind: to explore the [...] As Nathan is fond of saying, Modernist cuisine doesn’t bring science into the kitchen; science [...] Every Seattleite has been in this situation: On a cold, rainy December morning, you get [...] In May 2009, an outbreak of foodborne illness sickened at least 80 people across 30 [...] Today, Rachael Ray invited Modernist Cuisine at Home author Nathan Myhrvold on her show.

Fresh Breath Foods: What To Eat And Drink Before You Pucker Up The day of love is fast-approaching -- and, of course, one of the best ways to celebrate is by laying a big smooch on your loved one. But we've got a question for you to mull over: How's your breath? We've all fallen victim to bad breath (whether we realized it or not), but there are certain steps you can take to avoid an odorous kiss this Valentine's Day. bon vivant vivant bien Noma = Nordisk + Mad = Nordic + Food. A simple name reveals a simple aim. There is a movement (for lack of a better term) in gastronomy towards a cuisine that is, above all, natural, but also generally fiercely local, seasonal and with a focus on superior ingredients. It is a style that was enabled by institutions such as Bras, l’Arpège and Mugaritz and is now embodied by the likes of Ubuntu, Mirazur and noma. These ‘New Naturals’ are unique restaurants offering a special insight into the terroir they occupy.

Three Desserts You Can Make with a Whipping Siphon Whipping siphons are easy and fun to use. This Valentine’s Day, try wowing your special someone with a Modernist dessert created with nitrous oxide or carbon dioxide. Use our suggestions below for tasty ideas beyond the realm of whipped cream. Creative Food Art By The Plate Malaysian arsit Hong Ki, also known as RED, has taken on an interesting endeavor. Every day this month she will be creating a food art masterpiece one plate at a time. That means by the end of March we'll have 31 plates of yummy food art to marvel over. So far, she's created a replica of Edvard Munch's The Scream, lovely landscapes with watermelon, oats and edible flowers and a great wave of sushi. Ki is posting her daily creations on Instagram so be sure to check out her latest works of food art. Via Design Boom

Moscow Russia: Best Food in Russia The largest metropolis in Europe, Moscow is experiencing a food and restaurant revolution. In just over 20 years since the fall of the Soviet Union, the Russian capital has shrugged off memories of scarcity and shortages, and is busy building an exuberant restaurant scene to cater for the myriad tastes of its huge and diverse population. It may be playing catch-up compared to other major cities, but with its creative restaurant conversions, nostalgic Soviet-style canteens, vivid marketplaces and farm-to-fork pioneers, there’s never been a better time to dine in Moscow. COOL CONVERSIONS The rise of Moscow’s restaurant scene is helping many of the city’s neglected old buildings find a new purpose. The ‘restauration’ craze has turned crumbling edifices in danger of demolition into vibrant dining spaces catering to all tastes and budgets.

The Science of Anti-Inflammatory Nutrition As a reader of DrWeil.com, you know that what you eat is as important as how much you eat, but did you ever wonder why? Find out which nutritional components are essential to the anti-inflammatory diet, and why. Food Information: How Do I Balance My Diet? A balanced diet should include the right mix of carbohydrates, fats and proteins to meet the body's nutritional needs, and the right number of calories to replace those lost in everyday life. White Pizza Stuffed Spaghetti Squash Occasionally when I’m testing and retesting and reretesting and rereretesting (you get the drift) a recipe, well, even if it’s great, we’ll get really sick of it. I mean, night after night of the same thing? Not necessarily fun. This is not one of those recipes.

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